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In a certain region, electric field E exist along the x-axis which is uniform. Given
$AB=23 $
m and
$BC=4$
m. Point A, B and C are in xy plane. Find the potential difference
$V_{C}−V_{B}$
between the points C and B :
A
$2E$
B
$3E$
C
$−E$
D
$−2E$
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Correct option is D)
$V_{C}−V_{B}=−E.BC$
$=−E(BC)cos60_{∘}$
$=−E(4×21 )=−2E$
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